yeah I wear skate shoes now, I was just thinking maybe there were some lighter ones out there or something. I am getting as pair of Teva's, the ones that are really light and water doesn't stay in them, and they ahve a rugged bottom for liek river rock bootoms. also great for climbing, so i figure they will be good for mtb.
I just got the five tens about 2 weeks ago. They do stick, (almost too well). Repositioning your foot once you step on the pedal is a little tricky some times. I was using an old pair of skate shoes before that.
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